It’s been a busy first pre-season in the Old Trafford hotseat for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is currently overseeing his side’s tour of Australia.
United are still trying to complete deals during the trip Down Under.
But players on the tour are also angling for a move away from the club in the coming weeks.
Here are the five incomings and outgoings Woodward needs to sort before the start of the Premier League season.
Paul Pogba’s ongoing transfer saga promises to drag on for the foreseeable future.
The Frenchman has cut a glum figure in Australia amid speculation he will join Real Madrid or Juventus.
Pogba and his agent Mino Raiola have both spoken out publicly, claiming that the time is right for a new challenge.
But Solskjaer and United are desperate to keep the midfielder, slapping a £180m price tag on his head.
The Red Devils need to sort Pogba’s future out as soon as possible or they face a potential revolt by the player which could spread around the dressing room.
Another player who seemingly wants out of United is Romelu Lukaku.
The Belgian has been courted by Inter Milan this summer after Antonio Conte’s arrival at the San Siro.
The former Chelsea boss famously missed out on Lukaku, who snubbed a Blues return in favour of a switch to United back in 2017.
Inter will have to pay a whopping £75m for the striker, which won’t be possible unless they sell star players such as Ivan Perisic and Mauro Icardi.
But as with the Pogba situation, if Lukaku is held at the club against his will, Solskjaer could be faced with a dressing room headache midway through the season.
Should Pogba and Lukaku leave the club, Woodward will have more than enough funds to replace the duo with some top-class talent.
Bruno Fernandes continues to be linked with a move to United.
But Sporting Libson are holding out for £70m for the goalscoring midfielder.
Fernandes is seen as the ideal replacement for Pogba.
And it’s clear United are the favourites to land the Portuguese star after beating Liverpool and Tottenham in the race for his signature.
Portuguese outlet A Bola are this week reporting that Fernandes’ move won’t take place until United have secured the signature of Leicester defender Harry Maguire.
The England international is the Red Devils’ main transfer target this summer.
However, Leicester are playing hardball over Maguire.
The Foxes have rejected a £75m bid for the 26-year-old and demanding up to £90m.
Maguire is obviously a huge talent but spending that much money on a player who has never played Champions League football could be seen as a risk.
Ruben Dias, Benoit Badiashile and Nikola Milenkovic would be cheaper alternatives.
Another target of Solskjaer’s is Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff.
The Toon youngster is travelling to China for the Premier League Asia trophy next week.
And he could stay with the club beyond the summer after Newcastle put a £50m price tag on his head.
Longstaff has only featured a handful of times for the north east outfit, impressing under former manager Rafa Benitez.
But forking out such a hefty fee on an untested player could backfire on Woodward.